The Chiller TV adaptation of Brian Keene's Ghoul is sharpening its teeth as a means to take a bite out of DVD in just a couple of weeks, and we have every single detail you need to plan your feast.
The official teaser trailer has premiered for the next film adaptation based on a novel by Brian Keene, Dark Hollow. Read on for the gory details and of course to check out the eye candy.
The next film adaptation based on a novel by Brian Keene, Dark Hollow, continues to move forward; and we have the latest update on its progress. Read on for the gory details.
It's wonderful seeing horror author Brian Keene getting the recognition he so richly deserves, and we're completely stoked to tell you cats that the next film adaptation based on his work, Dark Hollow, has taken a big step forward.
The first trailer for the Chiller TV adaptation of Brian Keene's Ghoul has arrived online, and we have it for you right here free of any gristle that could get lodged in between your teeth!
Having already premiered at the Slamdance 2012 Film Festival, which is happening opposite Sundance, Chiller TV's next original production, Brian Keene's Ghoul, has landed itself a release date! Read on!
Another horror flick has joined Park City, Utah's other big cinema-driven attraction, Slamdance 2012, beefing up their slim horror category just a bit: Chiller TV's original film Ghoul.
A new one-sheet for the Chiller TV adaptation of Brian Keene's Ghoul has come across our desks and we figured we'd share it with you. Well, then again ... that's our job. We never get to keep any of the good shit for ourselves!
A couple of weeks ago we told you about "Modern Family" star Nolan Gould joining the Chiller TV adaptation of Brian Keene's Ghoul and now the famed author of the living dead has given fans a first look at the little scamp on-set.
Brian Keene's Ghoul is one of my favorite recent books. A wonderful slice of 80s nostalgia and spooky horror show, it's the perfect source material to make a truly memorable and heartfelt horror film. And here's some casting for you.
There was a time when the name Leisure Books was synonymous with horror novels. When it came to mass market paperbacks, Leisure ruled the horror world. Authors like Ed Lee, Craig Spector, Brian Keene, Richard Laymon, Graham Masterton, Jack Ketchum, and even Stephen King have published with Leisure, which was owned by Dorchester Publishing.
Thanks to the success of "The Walking Dead", it seems that every television network on the face of the planet is looking to cook up the next big thing. It's a glorious time for sure. Next up ... The Chiller Network.
Publisher Cemetery Dance is about to send Volume VI of its popular anthology series Shivers to the printer, and fans of Stephen King will be happy to hear that it includes his long lost novella "The Crate", which was written in the late 1970s and hasn't been seen in print in over 30 years, nor has it ever been in one of his collections!